Michael Lewis is the Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Community Renewal and is well-known internationally as a practitioner, author, educator and leader in the fields of Community Economic Development and Social Economy. In this featured interview, Lewis speaks passionately and extensively about the key messages and case studies within this book and of his personal pathway to and from this work.
Ed Mayo finds the book that joins the dots. The Resilience Imperative: Cooperative Transitions to a Steady-state Economy by Michael Lewis & Patrick Conaty. New Society Publishers, 2012. ISBN: 9780865717077 […]
Presentation held on June 24th Presentation slides: BALTA Webinar Scaling Local Food Slides Recordings: Part 1: BALTA Webinar Scaling Local Food Part 1 Part 2: BALTA Webinar Scaling Local Food Part 2 Full […]
BALTA’s lead investigator, Mike Lewis, was a keynote speaker at Food Secure Canada’s National Assembly, held in November in Edmonton. Mike spoke about the high degree of dependence of our […]
What would a co-operative city look like? Attendees at the Co-operative City Conference on November 23 in Vancouver heard a variety of perspectives on that question. The successful event was […]
The co-leads of BALTA’s Scaling Innovation for Sustainability Project have been meeting frequently since August to plan the basic framework, implementation plan and communications for the development phase of the […]
Several BALTA linked researchers presented on BALTA research at Powering Up!: Food for the Future, the 7th National Assembly of Food Secure Canada, in Edmonton (November 2-4, 2012). Mike Lewis […]